( 4.6 Average / 8 Ratings )
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This is a really good case. The extra cable management room at the front makes it a breeze. However I did struggle with cable management because I was using sleeved extensions. All the rest is great and makes build the PC a breeze.
Easy to build in, aesthetically pleasing, good airflow, and very compact.
Such a fantastic case! Nice compact size, easy to build in, great airflow and a stunningly sleek, understated design. The dark tempered glass emphasizes the high build quality and gives LED-lit components a really classy touch. Many options for cable management, too.
Absolutely amazing case, I had dreams about this beauty. I ordered it without hesitation and was absolutely stunned by this thing. Er, almost. The front panel feels kinda cheap and is very flexible, pre-installed motherboard standoffs would have been very much appreciated, and the thumbscrews that hold the tinted tempered glass side panel on are a bit too short for my fat fingers.
Amazing Case, Well construction and well thought out layout
Honestly one of the favorite parts of my build. It looks fantastic and I was able to fit all the components I wanted in it. I wish FD offered a normal tempered glass mATX, not the dark TG, but oh well. I love the design and it looks great on my desk.
Outstanding case, cable management is amazing. While mITX is compatible with this case please understand this case is built for a mATX board and will look better with one. Airflow is great and the case looks amazing.
I LOVE this case. It looks amazing and is pretty small, which I wanted. I can fit damn near anything in this case. If you are planning on water cooling, I have some advice though. If you are going to put a 280mm radiator in front, I would definitely install that first. You will have to take out the shroud that goes over the drive bay and it will conflict with the drive bay. I have a 29mm wide radiator with 25mm wide fans and it is a TIGHT fit, but I did manage to fit everything in there. I would just suggest you take out the drive bay, install the radiator and fans, then reinstall the drive bay. Which brings me to my only real complaint of this case. It is a huge pain to plug in the data and power cables to the HDDs since, as far as I can tell, you can't take off the PSU shroud to access the back of the drives. Other than that, the cable management part of this case is amazing and very easy to work with.